A recent article talked about them on the growth of the sale of the Chromebooks and the new models that they have been launched this year, and it turns out that there is now a new one that comes from the hand of Acer. The company has just announced the new Acer Chromebook 13, which stands out for having the chip Tegra Nvidia K1 and a standard Full HD (1920 × 1080 pixels) resolution. Acer has opted for the chip Tegra instead of the Core i3 used in model C720.
Chromebook 13 has a screen measuring 13.3 inches and the computer battery lasts 11 hours about if we use it with Full HD resolution, or 13 hours in the case of using the HD + 1366 × 768 pixels.
The new Acer Chromebook is able to engage in only 9 seconds thanks to Tegra K1 chip that incorporates a 192 cores GPU and quad-core processor. The laptop has an SD reader, has a webcam HD, two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI output, and WiFi connectivity. It is in addition to a thin and light notebook since it measures only 0.71 inches thick and its weight is approximately 1.5 kg.
There are three versions of this laptop can already be booked, and all will go on sale in September. The model with a resolution of 1366 × 768 pixels costs $ 280 and includes 2GB of RAM and 16GB SSD, while a similar Full HD costs $300. A Full HD with 4GB of RAM and 32GB SSD has a cost of $380.